Central Oahu Regional Park, Honolulu

4.7
#55 of 63 in Parks in Honolulu
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  • This expansive park features so many spaces good for: baseball, soccer, basketball, tennis, fitness drills. Lots of parking, except during intramural events.  more »
  • My son has swimming practice here weekly and the pool is great. Parking is not a problem. We also like to take our other son for tennis here as there are a lot of courts to choose from. The only...  more »
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  • Nice big park with baseball and softball fields. Tennis courts. I think there’s a pool? Ample parking lots. Clean bathrooms. Very busy on weekends. Youth sports tournaments are often held here.
  • This is a city facility that is not well managed. The tennis courts, swimming pool and baseball fields are well kept. Use is limited to weekends or a tournament here and there. The baseball field lights were out for a long period. Something like 2 years. The lights were replaced finally and games can now be played at this site. The 4 softball fields also had problems with the lighting, so now after 3 years 2 fields are able to be used at night. Still no solution in sight. These fields are used almost daily by adults and girls softball teams. Since there are hourly charges for the use of the fields it is not being maintained. Where there was once the ability to have 4 fields nightly it is down to 2 fields. Calls to the Council members are received but no action is being taken. Just words of it should be soon. There are televised games at the softball field and it shows when the scoreboards are not working well. Lights are not all working. This shows the City is not trying to make the facility available to the public. If you charge someone user fees, then the facility must be kept up to meet the costs. National tournaments that attract teams from all over the country for soccer could be matched with having softball fields of the same quality. Youth baseball is well maintained at CORP but who takes care of the softball fields. It is not the City personnel other than picking up trash and cutting the grass. This area could bring millions of dollars to the area and State. Investing in what you have is crucial. Waimanalo residents have a point saying the City is unable to maintain what they already have.

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